According to the left this never happens.

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    Md. Democrat drops out of congressional race - Yahoo! News

    How many times have we been told on this board no one votes in 2 states. That it is just a red herring? Here we have a Democrat RUNNING for office that did it at least twice.

    She should be charged with the crime and punished. And it should be NATIONAL news especial in places like New York and Florida.
     
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    Move along... Nothing to see here... :lol:
     
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    Yes, she should face charges, no question.

    I don't see these things as left/right issues though - it's a right/wrong issue, and people should condemn their own party when things like this turn up.
     
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    You tell us how many times. Personally, I think you are confusing "not often enough to alter an election or to warrant disenfranchising people with transparent gop voter id laws" with "it doesn't happen" ... that or you are just making your typical strawman argument. The latter is much more likely given your track record.

    That said if this particular case is true, yes, charges should be brought.
     
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    If it was really a right and wrong issue, please explain why the Democrats are always fighting tooth and nail against nearly every effort to curb Voter fraud by requiring ID's, etc.? Don't bother I've heard all the BS reasons before...
     
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    Yes, she should be charged, and yes we know this type of thing has happened in the past, especially with people who have two homes, one in a northern state and another in Florida. The argument however is that requiring people to have proper ID to vote is needed to stop this from happening. Guess what? I'm pretty certain that someone voting in two states would do it with or without proper ID. It's a completely different problem.
     
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    So she is stepping down because of "personal issues".

    Lol!

    Politicians, :lmao:

    She just should have said she "I want to spend more time with my family" :lmao:
     
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    Would requiring proper ID to vote have stopped this from happening?
     
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    Can you give a single example of how someone might be disenfranchised by having to prove who they are when they vote? You say voter fraud doesn't happen enough to warrant placing measures to stop it... Obviously you have forgotten what happened in Minnesota. I keep hearing how Election fraud is rare yet every week I see another example of it.
     
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    So you're gonna believe the LIES of a LW rag like Yahoo News?!?!?!

    :eek:
     

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